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Posts tagged Communism

Americans Can No Longer Afford Détente With The Socialist Left

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For decades after World War II, both parties followed an uneasy strategy of détente with the Soviet Union, trying to appease communist demands while appearing “reasonable.”   The Soviets played them for the suckers they were, increasingly demanding more accommodations as their strength and aggression grew. When Ronald Reagan burst onto the political scene, he threw détente out […]

Obama’s Redistribution Video

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The same day that the Romney “47% video” hit the news (which “mysteriously” has several minutes missing), a 1998 Obama video also was released in which he embraces redistribution. But what does that mean? Take a listen: I Spy Minute for Wed., Sept. 19, 2012. Or read the transcript, below… @iSpyRadioShow #iSpyMin #       #       # […]

Occupy/Unions Exposed

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In case you harbored any lingering doubts regarding their motivations, a former public employee union boss who now is an organizer for the “grass-roots” Occupy crowd stated yesterday – on video – their exact intentions: Former Amalgamated Transit Union local 689 president Mike Golash, revealing his political goals: overthrowing capitalism in the United States and instituting a communist […]

The Grass-roots Celebration

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And the Occufails have a poster for that. Because of course, police should be beheaded. And you wondered why they were meeting in Tehran, of all places? We told you why, here. Fascism is very similar to communism, although where communism exerts naked authority, fascism covers it in a thin veneer of illusion: an iron fist inside […]

Occupy Wall Street, Liberation Theology, and the Religious Left

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Since being evicted from Chapman and Lownsdale Squares, costing the city thousands of dollars to clean and restore the parks they destroyed, and causing general mayhem throughout the city, Occupy Portland has been meeting daily at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Portland. They meet in the “Che room,” named after Che Guevara, who ran Fidel Castro’s murderous gulags in Cuba and orchestrated the mass murder of millions of […]

They’re Baaaack! Occupy Portland Sets Up Shop In Terry Schrunk Plaza

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After previously being denied a permit, Occupy Portland organizer Wade Varner and his ilk have been given a permit to “occupy” Terry Schrunk Plaza during regular park hours. Varner is the same individual who dropped his pants and exposed himself at a “family friendly” potluck.  Now he’s issuing the welcome message for protesters to join him in […]

How To Brainwash A Nation: Former KGB Agent Explains Subversive Marxist Strategy Unleashed On America

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This amazing interview was done back in 1985 with a former KGB agent who was trained in subversion techniques. He explains the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to.  To date, we’re currently at step #3. View on YouTube Mr. Bezmenov went […]

Occupy Wall Street Planning All-Out Class War in 2012

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Since most of the camps have been broken up, many would like to believe that “Occupy Wall Street” has faded with the cold and only a few scattered  miscreants holding onto an impossible dream are all that’s left. Not so.  The Marxist organizers behind Occupy aren’t going anywhere.  They’ve been trying to manufacture a Leftist […]

Leftists Mourn Loss of Psychotic North Korean Dictator

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The United Nations General Assembly held a moment of silence for hell’s newest arrival, Kim Jong-il.   They could have held a moment of silence for every one of the tens of millions of innocents he slaughtered, and for all those still languishing right now in his concentration camps, but that might send the wrong message – […]

Vietnam Claims 40,000 Deaths From Old Munitions, But Ignore Millions of Deaths After the Communist Takeover

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It’s always heart wrenching to read or hear of deaths long after a war’s end, due to forgotten and discarded munitions. We still occasionally hear of the discovery of old munitions left from World war One and World War Two. I imagine that is why Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung says of the war […]

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  • Inslee: GOP ‘Should Be Ashamed’ for Firing of WSDOT Chief February 9, 2016
    Gov. Jay Inslee Monday morning blasted state Senate Republicans for ousting Secretary of Transportation Lynn Peterson last week, calling the move “scurrilous, underhanded, dishonest.” In a statement Monday afternoon, Senate Majority Leader Mark Schoesler, R-Ritzville, blamed Inslee’s appointees for problems at state Department of Transportation, the Department of Corrections and the Department of Social and […]
  • Why Doesn’t 4.9% Unemployment Feel Great? February 8, 2016
    Only 62.7% of adult Americans are working. The so-called Labor Force Participation rate hasn't been this low since the late 1970s. Another reason why the jobs picture still looks gloomy is that an unusually high number of people can't find jobs even though they have been looking for a long time. But the reality is […]
  • Welcome to The Jungle: Society’s Role in Our Homeless Crisis February 8, 2016
    Despite 12 years of court oversight of the foster-care system, the state still has a poor record of finding foster kids when they run away. The state has yet to meet agreed-upon benchmarks, so that legal case, known as the Braam settlement, continues. As documented in a recent Seattle Times Opinion project on youth homelessness, […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Syria, Turkey & Zika February 1, 2016
    1) After an entire week’s delay, Syrian opposition finally in Geneva for UN-run peace talks, despite a suicide attack by ISIS over the weekend which killed over 40 people. The UN hopes to find agreements on humanitarian aid and prisoner exchanges, but any progress, no matter how small, will be a victory at this point. […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Russia, Syria & the Refugee Crisis January 28, 2016
    1) Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for a new “Reset” with the West, erasing the previous U.S. Reset on Russian relations under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2009. Lavrov made clear that the reset would take place on Moscow’s terms and would ignore many contentious issues with the U.S. such as the […]
  • Today’s Top 3 International Stories: Syria, Cameroon & Denmark January 26, 2016
    1) ISIS has claimed a suicide attack in Homs, Syria, which killed at least 24 people. The double explosion, caused by a jihadist wearing a suicide vest and a car bomb, wounded more than 100 people in the government-controlled city. The bombing is another example of continued violence in Syria despite the UN’s announcement of […]
  • Double the Gas Tax for Green Transportation February 8, 2016
    For most of Obama’s years as president, he has opposed raising the gas tax. Now, in his last, lame-duck year, he is proposing a $10 per barrel tax on oil. Since a 42-gallon barrel of oil produces about 45 gallons of gasoline, Diesel, jet fuel, and other products, this is roughly equal to a 22 […]
  • 2014 Transit Data February 5, 2016
    In mid-December, the Federal Transit Administration posted 2014 transit data on line, then withdrew it–but not before the Antiplanner was able to download most of the data tables. Two tables that were not available then were “Service” (including such things as vehicle revenue miles, passenger miles, and average daily trips) and “Vehicle Inventory” (including the […]
  • Are Oil Prices Too Low? February 4, 2016
    Remember peak oil? Remember when oil prices were $140 a barrel and Goldman Sachs predicted they would soon reach $200? Now, the latest news is that oil prices have gone up all the way to $34 a barrel. Last fall, Goldman Sachs predicted prices would fall to $20 a barrel, which other analysts argued was […]